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: take fifteen minutes to see how much you can save on motorcycle, rv, and camper insurance. hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! hi, ellen! we're going on a field trip to china! wow. [ chuckles ] when i was a kid, we -- we would just go to the -- the farm. [ cow moos ] [ laughter ] no, seriously, where are you guys going? ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! ni hao! [ female announcer ] the new classroom. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. >>> jack cafferty is here with the cafferty file. jack? >> well, if the following does not amount to a backdoor amnesty plan, i don't know what does. for our government ignoring the immigration laws, and overrunning states like arizona, the feds will focus on illegal immigrants who have committed serious crimes and that makes sense, but by doing so, the threat of deportation for millions others who are in the u.s. illegally is greatly reduced. "usa today" outlined the recent changes, which is a proposal of p
. accident-free at the moment. >> thank you, jerry. today on nbc 4 ellen is talking prime time tv and she has one of the >>> so the winner, and australia's next top model for 2010 is -- it's you, kelsey. >> 7:30 now on this wednesday morning, september 29, 2010. that was thecene during the live finale of australia's next top model as the winner was declared and celebration ensued. just o problem, the host said the wrong name. i'm meredith viera alongside matt lauer. we want to kno what she was thinking when she made that mistake, if it was a mistake, but some are saying that was all planneto generate publicity. >> we have all made mistakes on live tv, the moment feels like it's lasts an eternity. unfortunately, thaone actually does last an eternity. that's a long one, but it's a terrible feeling. >> the young woman who thought she won was incredibly gracious. >>did you know that americans generate enough trash each year that it would cover the state of texas twice? what happens to it after it's picked up >>> and some money saving tips from america's cheapest family, they're going to join us t
holloway's parents. >>> and we'll show you the move by t t fois help fishermen. he ellen, what are you doing? just brewing up some dunkin' donuts coffee -- want some? [ whoosh! ] i'd love some. one taste, and you'll understand. delicious dunkin' donuts coffee. pick some up where you buy groceries. america runs on dunkin'. >>> angelina jolie is in pakistan to meet with victims of the deadly flooding that left millions homeless. jolie is in the country as a goodwill ambassador. you may have seen her in this psa. new video shows the city still dealing with feet of water as people struggle to find basic needs like food and shelter. >>> new this morning, iran is calling on the world not to make the stoning of a woman to death for adultery a human rights issue. a government spokesperson issued a statement today saying that the public outcry over the punishment is because of false information. the woman still faces charges she was involved in her husband's killing but most trials in iran are behind closed doors so it's hard to verify those court proceedings. french, italian and british leader
you need. ♪ well, look who'sere. it's ellen. hey, mayorhite. how you doing? great. come on in. would you like to see our new police department? yeah, all right. this way. and here it is. completely networked. so, anything happening, suz? she's all good. ohmy gosh. is that my car? [ whirring ] [ female announcer ] the new community. see it. live it. share it. on the human network. cisco. >>> rahm emmanuel, listen up, the author and filmmaker michael moore says he would like to be the next white house chief of staff. wepoke about it in an interview earlier today. >> you wrote a piece at the time there was suggesons that rahm emmanuel was going to be leaving the white house chief of staff job. you volunteered. you said youwould come in and replace rahm emmanuel with a dollar a year, sleep on a cot in the white house. well, he's aarently thinking very seriously now for running for mayor of chicago. is your offer on the table still to become the next white house chief of staff? >> the offer is still there, yes. the offer is on the table. they don't have to give me that title. they can giv
dress the other day. but ellen gave her a greener alternative, a bikini made out of kale complete with a matching skirt. >> some other ways you could have gone there. could have been spinach. all this stuff. >> that's it for "daily rundown." >>> coming up next, richard lu. >> andrea mitchell reports with the breaking news on the american hikers. >>> plus, election day all day and we'll be all over the twitter giving you updates. >>> i'm meteorologist bill karins with your business travel forecast. really nice weather conditions out there today. feeling like late summer, early fall. atlanta on the warmer side, sunny and nice and d.c. all the way up i-95 and chicago and detroit look good, little hot in phoenix and rather nice in denver.
a job. well, i got my first crack because ellen of that richardson's awful cold paul weisenfield and that's why into debt. and i just think that everybody else is push that way. you know, i've done it, and two of my lawyers. and i really beg you to look at that part of it, because it's amazing how much people like you, they think you get more power than you have. and i really think that those are the things, at least as much the are about these issues. now we talk about housing, i'm a republican so i shouldn't say that. but the reason why you have such a screwed up the totality is that no president, starting with roosevelt, would do anything about it. and so, therefore, when the lights went to the suburbs they got the mortgages in everything. and only changed when bill clinton and george bush came along. and they said a lot of people there didn't have money to pay, and you've got the banking problem now. nobody says that. but that's why you have a banking problem, because of what those people did. i was lucky, because in 1952, i was married to my wife and dwight eisenhower was ru
, nobody is listening. host: thank you for your call. some e-mails. ellen in michigan. next is a call from indiana. brian, democrats wanted caller: good morning. -- brian, democrats line. caller: good morning. our natural resources and just our tourism. i have been to a lot of our national parks and they are full of people from all over the world, especially japan and germany, like in the grand canyon and all out of west. our diversity. and tourism has to be big. and our sense of fairness. we have an innate sense of fairness. things are looking grim, but things are coming back. sera't mean to say que sera, but things are looking up and it just takes a while. it's a let me ask the same questions i asked earlier -- host: let me ask the same questions i guess earlier. how easy political leaders tapping into what? caller: barack obama, what is it -- what a breath of -- he is articulate, well received around the world. he inherited, i am sorry to say -- but he inherited a bad situation. and it is going to take time. we have to be patient. and i just got a job, by the way. host: how long were yo
, first in my class, no firm would give me a job. well, i got my first crack because ellen of that richardson's awful cold paul weisenfield and that's why into debt. and i just think that everybody else is push that way. you know, i' done it, and two of my lawyers. and i really beg you to look at that part of it, because it's amazing ho much people like you, they think you get more power than you have. and i really think that those arthe things, at least as much the are about these issues. now we talk about housing, i'm a republican so i shouldn't say that. but the reason why you have such a screwed up the totality is that n president, starting with roosevelt, would do anything about it. and so, therefore, when the lights went to the suburbs they got th mortgages in everything. and only changed when bill clinton and george bh came along. and they said a lot of people there didn't have money to pay, and you've got the banking problem now. nobody says that. but that's why you have a banking problem, because of what those people did. i was lucky, because in 1952, i was married
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